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What are side effects of implantable contact lenses?

Do you know much about implantable contact lenses? Are there side effects? Are implantable contact lenses safe?
11/01/2012

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  • williams

    Well, of course it is safe to wear implantable contact lenses. First, you should know that there are many people who can not adjust to the laser eye surgery. For them, the implantable contact lenses are a suitable way. And implantable contact lenses are like small contact lens. And they are placed inside the eye instead of sitting on the surface. By wearing them, you can be beneficial for rapid recovery and increased clarity of vision. But on the other hand, they still have some side effects. For example, it should have unavoidable infection. But you do not need worry about it. At the same time, it is possible to damage the structure of the eye, and then maybe lead to Cataracts, Glaucoma, Retinal complications, corneal decomposition and rejection. So you should be careful when wearing them, avoiding infection to your eyes.
    11/01/2012
  • Theron

    One of my friends wears implantable contact lenses for years.They are slices of refraction corrective lenses that are implanted into the eye to enhance the natural focusing ability of the eye. These kinds of lenses are popularly used in Europe and USA which are highly safe and effective.A coin has two sides.Although implantable contact lenses are proven techniques,they have side effects such as introacular inflection and corneoiritis,but possibility is very low.In general,they are safe .So please don't worry about it.
    11/01/2012
  • erickie6

    It is the same like any other surgery of eyes, you may suffer from infection, damages to the healthy tissues and discomfort. Besides, It is also happens that when the implantable contact lenses that inserted in the eyes is not the exact power your eyes need. In addition, Haloes, glare and star bursts are all risks associated with implantable contact lenses. So, it is not 100% safe to take of implantable contact lenses.
    11/01/2012
  • gary

    Implantable Contact Lenses is a kind of eyes sight correcting operation, which is applied to treat those with super-high myopia, hypermetropia and astigmatism and those who cannot thoroughly correct their eyesight through LASIK,PRK,LASEK due to the restraint of their corneal thickness.The surgery is to implant a soft crystal made of advanced collagen into eyes through a tiny incision. According to the 3 years follow-up cases of "supporting the safety, effectiveness and the predicitablility of ICL "conducted by FDA in 2004, 99 percent of patients are satisfied with the ICL surgery because it takes effect. Of course, nothing is absolute, so is the ICL, but generally speaking, it is safe.
    11/01/2012
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